Parn is right. The guy did send me a rather inflammatory e-mail because of my review and threatened legal action against the site for the samples. I replied "thank you for voicing your concern. I will bring this up with the rest of the staff so we can resolve it."
So the samples go down and Pat/Ramza sends a very well thought-out reply and sets the guy straight.
But in the meantime, the guy sends me back another inflammatory e-mail, which I ignored because I don't have the time nor patience for an e-flamewar with some composer who's pissed off because I don't like his music.
I'm used to hate mail. I get it quite often. I actually enjoy hate mail, because it tells me "wow! Somebody out there actually gives a damn about little old me. And for my words to fill a person with such raw emotions of disgust and loathing is testament to the power of my words." In other words, hate mail only serves to stroke my ego. I mean, heck, if someone were to say that my band sounds like cow diarrhea, I'd be flattered that our music caused such strong emotions in someone. Power, baby!
But this guy definitely crossed the line when he threatened legal action against the site. He likely made that threat out of anger and I don't know whether or not he'd have actually gone through with it, but that was really not cool.
Either way, thanks to this little incident, Leon Willett is getting some free publicity out of this. http://www.leonwillett.com